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Installing Tomcat Apache

 
Jones Iraland
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Hi,I am kind of new to Java programming,
I have Windows 2000 OS,and I have installed Java 5,
can you please tell me if i can install Tomcat Apache into it also
and run servlets using the same machine, without connecting to a Server?
Thank You.
 
Karthikeyan Ravindran
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hi jones,

you can install tomcat in windows 2000 and you can run a servlet...
 
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Originally posted by Jones Iraland:
and run servlets using the same machine, without connecting to a Server?

Yes, your local machine serves the function of the server. You will able to access it via http://localhost:8080/ once you start Tomcat.
 
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see i'm new in java things...
you need just need to install Tomcat 6.0 which is very easy just keep clicking next next..dont change anything. & voila it works.

localhost:8080 will open the tomcat which is fully capable of servlet & JSP engine. Now to run servlets using the same machine save you servlets file in C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 6.0\webapps\examples\servlets directory...

to see the existing examples in tomcat.. try
http://localhost:8080/examples/servlets/

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